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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

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Krista

ok, so i can be a stick-in-the-mud when it comes to trying certain foods, like tongue and liver, but then you make them sound so appetizing! you guys need to come through lincoln and give me a list of places/dishes to try round these here parts!!

Boots in the Oven

I promise they're good! Well, when done right. And we'd love to come through Lincoln - I've never spent any time in Nebraska!

philandlauren

that's funny-name change-I'm pretty sure Barney Greengrass (up here in NY) wasn't Greengrass when he hit Ellis Island. Anyway, he serves a phenomenal lox and onion egg scramble on a bagel so maybe it's a name thing. If you're that dedicated to food you'll change your name and serve up awesome vittles.

Boots in the Oven

I like the theory! It does show major dedication.

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